Students collaboratively researched famous mathematicians from their own country and another country, presenting their findings in PowerPoint or Google docs with the international group.
This project provided Asian and European students with opportunities to define emotions as they are experienced in different Asian and European countries, enncouraging students to uncover similarities and differences.
In its 4th edition, this project allowed the participating students to write interactive and collaborative chain stories in English of 5 different genres .
This project allowed the students to get to know aspects of life in schools across Asia and Europe. Having conducted research, students expressed their views and reflected on others’ views online.
This project aimed to increase the awareness of the students in Asia and Europe regarding border activities, fostering mutual understanding of the arguments and opinions of the participating students from the two regions.
This project created a communicative “highway” for Asian and European students to meet and exchange information about themselves and their countries. This led to a project website, social forum, as well as a video about Berlin.
In this project, the students’ task was to show that animals are special to society and the environment. They collected information and came up with action plans to save these animals, sharing this online.
A project continued from the previous year, WHAZZUP? was an online educational network for students to experiment with a new way learning through being active online.
The rationale of the project was to have fun, while working with mathematics and, at the same time, be introduced to the USABOUTUS-community platform and developing students’ English skills.